Conveniently designed as the sweetest already wrapped stocking stuffer in a timeless, southern burlap gift bag sits a delicious 1 lb jar of our raw, unfiltered, and never heated honey and 8 oz of raw honeycomb that comes straight from the hive. What better way to drizzle the amber-colored honey smoothly into your favorite drink or the recipe of your favorite dish than with a classic honey dipper?
The warm southern holiday presentation isn’t the only cherished feature of this gift set, what makes this honey so special is what’s inside of it. We don’t alter the honey’s natural form in order to preserve its natural, beneficial, and delicious qualities. In addition to the natural purity and premium grade of the honey, its flavor profile is rich and sweet with subtle hints of the natural florals.
*Dipper designs may alternate based on supply.
For orders of 12 or more please create a wholesale account and take advantage of our wholesale pricing.
100% RAW, UNFILTERED, UNHEATED HONEY – Why? Because the bees make it best! Plus, pure honey has a multitude of health benefits. When honey is heated the vitamins, enzymes, and etc,. are weakened or destroyed. We serve honey humbly in it’s purest form and always will.
DELICIOUS NATURAL FLAVOR – This gourmet honey derives from a range of floral sources native to Southeast Georgia. Its unique natural flavors come straight from the hive.
OUR HONEY COMES FROM OUR BEES – It is not advertised, but many honey companies in the industry will often mix and heat their honey with honey from other sources to either meet demand or improve their product. Pure Southern Honey derives solely from our 30,000 beehives, so you can expect to enjoy a consistent flavor deriving from a single location.
AMERICAN HONEY – Raw honey has been harvested by our family in South Georgia for generations and we pride ourselves in serving honey that is 100% raw, unfiltered, and never heated.
LONG SHELF LIFE – Our dependable honey does not crystallize quickly. It’s Southern Georgia origins of primarily Gallberry with some Tupelo, Blackgum, and Palmetto flowers give it a longer shelf life compared to average honey’s.